[AMRadio] FW: [nmqrp] very important


Jim Wilhite w5jo at brightok.net
Thu Apr 2 16:53:09 EDT 2015


Hi Jim
Could you give us a bit more information about this, please?

Jim
W5JO
Moderator.

-----Original Message----- 
From: JAMES HANLON


I hope you folks will support this effort. Jim, W8KGI To: 
NMQRP at yahoogroups.comCC: W5YA at yahoogroups.comFrom: 
nmqrp at yahoogroups.comDate: Thu, 2 Apr 2015 08:54:37 -0600Subject: [nmqrp] 
very important
























      A bill has actually been introduced into Congress which would extend 
the provisions of PRB-1 to CC&R's, REQUIRING then to accommodate outdoor 
antennas for amateur radio operators.  It is critically important that LOTS 
of people send letters to their representatives in support, or this bill 
will go nowhere. Go here: http://www.arrl.org/hr-1301 for details, but also, 
the ARRL is asking that we send our letters to THEM, so that: * the letter 
doesn't go to a place in Maryland where it takes six weeks or more to be 
screened for explosives, and * they have a reason to call upon the 
representative face to face to deliver a bunch of letters to them. In Santa 
Fe County, it is almost impossible to purchase a home where CC&R's don't 
crush ham radio.  If one does find and select one of the rare pieces, it 
still can take YEARS to get a permit for even the most modest of antenna 
supports.  County law is only just now getting around to complying with NM 
state's PRB-1. 73,  Fred KT5X





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